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Call and request from you! We would like extend ours earthquake monitoring system. We are looking for as a first step in South and Central America, online resources, especially near realtime XML and / or CSV resources. The sources include: Unique ID, date and time (UTC), magnitude, depth and latitude and longitude. If you know such a source, please send us an email havaria@rsoe.hu or zsolt.boszormenyi@rsoe.hu. (Subject include: XML / CSV source)

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